YouGov – A Legitimate Online Survey

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Are you interested in making money during your free time? You can consider online surveys. But joining online surveys that don’t pay is a hassle. That’s why in late 2015, I hunted for legitimate surveys online and found out that YouGov is a legit online survey. Currently, I do online surveys for three organizations namely AIP, YouGov, and Viewfruit. I was able to finish the required points on YouGov first.

YouGov Redemption Process

Upon reaching 5,000 points on YouGov, you will have three redeem options to choose from. Redeem for 2500 Air Asia BIG points, cash out for 25 Singapore dollars, or donate to UNICEF.

YouGov redeem options.
Three redeem options upon reaching 5,000 points on YouGov surveys.

I was able to reach 5,000 points on December 14, 2017 and tried cashing out SG$25. I sent it to my PayPal account. After receiving an email confirmation stating that I will receive the payment within 30 days, I began to wait.

Then on January 7, 2018 I received a payment of SG$26.70 to my PayPal account.

Cash out received from YouGov.
Cash out received from YouGov.

PayPal had a recipient fee of SG$1.67 so I ended up with SG$25.03.

YouGov payment PayPal conversion.
Payment through PayPal.

To conclude, YouGov is a legit online survey site that pays. Final note, I started YouGov last March 2017 and got to 5,000 points on December 14, 2017. They send two to three surveys per week depending on how you set your preferences when you join their surveys.

If you would like to earn extra during your free time, take it from me. Try YouGov – a legitimate online survey. I’m proof enough that they are okay. Click this link to their website.

Update December 4, 2018

I’ve redeemed another SGD 25 today from answering surveys.

YouGov survey cash redemption of PHP 950 (or equivalent to SGD 25).
YouGov survey redemption.

That’s one year from the previous one that I redeemed last December 14, 2017.

Mercenario Cadag

Mercenario Cadag

The author has been in the publishing industry since the year 2000 and has exposure in both print and digital production processes (typesetting, page layout, and eBook creation). He is an aspiring writer and shutterbug. Has an insatiable desire to learn the cosmos but mostly enjoys studying how information dissemination could help improve people’s daily lives.

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